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personal information, including your religious or political views, health, racial background, country of origin, sexual identity and/or personal relationships. This C2 will have Ziva\team friendship, Ziva and Gibbs as Father and Daughter and yes, some Zibbs! Enjoy! Just A Kiss by dairiz12 reviews. It all started with a . So is there an arc for the Tony/Gibbs relationship and Tony's place in the team? Yes . Bishop is much more like a real life agent then Ziva was.
During the 3rd season finale, second part, Ziva helped Jethro remember the past years.
Their bond must have been strong that she could help him while Jenny could not. And at the end of the episode she called him Jethro, suggesting a leap in their relationship. Season 4 When Ziva was accused of being a double-agent Shalom she went to Gibbs for help showing she trusts him. Season 5 In the episode "Stakeout", Gibbs is obviously checking out Ziva's butt as she crawls around on the floor looking for boobytraps. Throughout the episode "Recoil" Gibbs' fatherly affection and concern is very obvious.
After her struggle with the murderer he runs to her and cradles her face and asks her if she is okay. He spends most of the episode encouraging her to take time off and ultimately tells her what she needs to hear to make "peace" with everything that had happened.
Season 6 At the end of the episode "Last Man Standing" when Ziva returns from Israel, Gibbs pulls her into a hug and rocks her back and forth much like a parent would a child. Gibbs doesn't seem to trust Ziva yet, especially after what had previously happened with Ari. But Ziva explains that she had been ordered to kill Ari, but when she pulled the trigger she wasn't following orders.
She then proceeds to tell Gibbs he is the closest thing she has to a father. Good Cop, Bad Cop: Gibbs, at first, still seems to be angry with Ziva. But in the end he becomes very protective of her telling Bin Gidon a Mossad agent to inform Eli that Ziva "Is off limits". After Bid Gidon leaves, Gibbs gets Ziva to finish telling her story about what happened, off the record.
And then he whispers something in her ear no one's sure what yet and kisses the side of her head. Whatever he told her made her cry, yet she was smiling. Season 8 Quotes Gibbs: Ziva, look, I'm retired! I'm three thousand miles away. What do you think I can do that they can't do? She knows how to use all sorts of things—guns and knives—I would never imagine using. She's one tough woman, but it doesn't take away from the fact that she's still very sexy and playful and all of that.
But, when it comes to work she means business. She approaches her job with zeal, appearing to truly believe in what she does. She is very committed to the ideals of the U. In spite of this, Ziva is capable of displaying playfulness,  nearly childishness at times, such as in "Heartland" when she gleefully races McGee to be the first to tell Tony and Abby about meeting Gibbs' father.
She is particularly empathetic towards children, as demonstrated in episodes such as " Dagger " and "Outlaws and In-Laws". Ziva is an Israeli Jewand was always seen wearing a Star of David pendant  until her capture in Somaliawhere her captor ripped it off her neck.
Shortly before her captivity, she said that she "would sooner die than take this necklace off". In the aftermath of her father's death in Season 10, she is shown praying in a synagogue, visiting the Western Wall in Jerusalem, and planting an olive tree. Despite having lost friends and family to radical Islamic terrorist groups like Hamas, she does not resent Muslims in general. I put on my cargos, my T-Shirt, my microphone, my hair is usually up in a ponytail and I wear very little makeup.
Despite this, she agreed to after executive producer Shane Brennan described the scene. Costume designers wanted to show her acclimation to life in the United States and in doing so made her wardrobe less militarily influenced. You get home and you're exhausted, but you feel like you've really worked. I hurt my neck, I hurt my groin, my pelvis and I had a couple of injuries that were really hard to deal with.
When the NCIS cast was honored by the Red Cross at the Santa Monica Red Carpet in April of that year, co-star Brian Dietzen stated that de Pablo had worked on the scene throughout the previous night until six in the morning and, as a result, was unable to attend the event.
And it obviously presents a huge challenge to me because whenever they throw something else at me I just have to sort of tackle it and go with it. I have a good ear for language and, truthfully, I picked up the language pretty fast. In "Silver War", she said she felt like a "donkey's butt" when she meant "horse's ass". Relationships[ edit ] NCIS team and colleagues[ edit ] The interactions of the NCIS team are often perceived as familial among viewers, and Cote de Pablo has commented, "I've always thought of Ziva as the adopted kid who comes in and has this really funny thing with one of the siblings, which is Tony.
Both Ducky and McGee accept her immediately, with the latter living near her and assisting her in finding the best routes to work. During the course of her hate, Abby scribbles over photographs of Ziva, deliberately mispronounces her surname, and becomes annoyed when Ziva is praised.
Ziva's relationships with her colleagues steadily improve, and she invites Gibbs, Abby, McGee, and Palmer over to her apartment for dinner in the third season. Abby, who thinks Ziva is an excellent cook, begins to soften towards her, as the latter works to earn her friendship, first by helping Abby put a bomb back together for information and later by remembering her birthday.
Abby, in turn, expresses concern when Ziva and Tony go missing in "Boxed In".
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In the third season finale, the tension comes to a head, and Abby angrily tells Ziva she has no emotions, prompting both women to slap each other. By Season 4, their friendship has grown and Ziva is accepted by the rest of the team, as shown in the season's premiere " Shalom " where Tony and the rest of the team put their careers on the line and vow to prove Ziva's innocence before she is apprehended by the FBI for a crime she did not commit, knowing that their involvement could land them in prison.
By the fifth and sixth seasons, Abby and Ziva are firm friends. When Ziva first appeared, she would flinch whenever Abby would hug her; however, by Season 6, Ziva overcomes her discomfort, and now accepts and returns the hugs.
Ziva's relationship with McGee develops to resemble one of a brother and sister. He and Abby both urge Ziva to repair her friendship with Tony in the aftermath of their fallout in the sixth season finale. Ziva seems to have a good relationship with Ducky.
In "Silver War", their friendship becomes more permanent when Ziva saves both of them from death at the hands of a murderer. Ducky is often seen sticking up for her when she has quarrels with Tony. She has also been seen going to him for advice and sharing a cup of tea with him. In Season 7, he persuaded her to briefly open up on the horrific series of events which led to her captivity in Somalia, culminating in her telling him that, "[He] should keep [his] distance [from her] The ones who get too close always end up dead.
McGee, Abby, and Ducky all support Ziva as she prepares to become an American citizen in the seventh season, with McGee even quizzing her for the citizenship exam.
In the finale, they are all present at her swearing in ceremony. After this is resolved, she doesn't appear to hold a grudge against her boss, and they seem to enjoy each other's company.
According to NCIS writer Christopher Waild, as a result of the murders of her father and Vance's wife in the same attack, "the tragedy of Ziva and Eli now also extends into the Vance family. The two later have a daughter named Tali. Leroy Jethro Gibbs[ edit ] Gibbs' relationship with Ziva has been called that of a surrogate father figure by executive producer Gary Glasberg,  a tendency that intensified after she severed contact with Eli David following her return from Somalia.
Cote de Pablo explained, "[Ziva's] got what I think you could call anger issues. She thinks she's been betrayed by her family, particularly her father.
That's a big deal to her.Ziva and Tony out their relationship//Silver War dialogue w/beginning "flashback" **AU edit**//NCIS
Which would also explain her love and relationship with somebody like Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Though she often finds it difficult to follow his orders due to the autonomy she had as a Mossad control officer, Ziva looks up to Gibbs as a leader and often restrains herself from resorting to her assassin background in situations where he would not approve.
He often uses this background to their advantage, however, by choosing her to interrogate certain suspects. I think probably the only person Ziva truly, truly trusts is Gibbs. I don't think she'd put her life in anyone's hands but Gibbs'.
I mean, she loves everybody else.
But she's been able to explore different things with this person, and he's sort of a father figure in many ways, so I think she feels safe with him, and I feel that he's been the only one really who's seen that level of vulnerability from her.
That is their little secret, which is what I like about the relationship.
Initially, Gibbs distrusts Ziva as she is Ari Haswari's control agent. Ziva also bears the brunt of Gibbs' anger after Caitlin Todd was murdered. Ziva ultimately kills Ari, who was also her half brother, in order to save Gibbs' life. This event serves as the initial foundation for their relationship, and Gibbs takes responsibility for Ari's shooting in order to spare Ziva further pain.
There is still tension, however, stemming both from NCIS director Jenny Shepard 's decision to add Ziva to the team without consulting him and Ziva's habit of occasionally calling on Shepard, with whom she had a close relationship, to obtain key information in a case without going through regular channels as seen in the Season 3 episode "Head Case".
Ducky later tells Gibbs, "You took to Ziva more quickly than to any other agent before her. Timothy, Caitlin, even DiNozzo. I've always sensed there's a strong bond between the two of you. In "Hiatus Part 1", Ducky unintentionally chastises Ziva for not asking which hospital Gibbs was taken to after the explosion; upsetting her when he implies that Ziva does not care for Gibbs like the rest of the team does.
She also finds herself being slapped by Abby when she comments about Gibbs' possible death scenario. Ziva appears in the bathroom following this, extremely upset by the fact that they think that she does not care. In the second part of this episode, Ziva visits Gibbs at the hospital in the night and begs him to remember. When he becomes angry, Ziva uses his hand to slap the back of her head, causing Gibbs to remember himself within his team.
He remembers that Ziva saved his life and that she had killed her brother to do it while Ziva breaks down and cries into his arms. He remarks that he owes her at the end of the episode, something that would become true when he returns to the US during " Shalom " to help in clearing her name after being framed for murder and a terrorist bombing by Iranian Intelligence.
She admits that she had been under orders to kill Ari when it became clear that he was out of control, but elucidates that she had never intended to go through with it, believing him to be innocent. She further confides to Gibbs her feelings on the subject of Ari's death and her family: He was my brother, and you were nothing.
But I was wrong about Ari, and you Now he is gone. Eli is all but dead to me and the closest thing I have to a father is accusing me Ziva reveals that when she finally killed Ari, it was truly to save Gibbs and she was not following her orders, re-earning Gibbs' trust.
After he persuades her to tell her version of the story and she is cleared, Gibbs whispers something to her and kisses her on the forehead,  causing her to break down in tears of relief. Mark Harmon later disclosed that he had improvised the final moments of the scene, and when questioned about what Gibbs said, replied, "[De Pablo]'s not gonna tell you any more than I am—I don't think. Director Vance hands the approved application to Agent Gibbs, who in turn transmits it to Ziva, whom he calls "Probie".
In the Season 8 episode " Baltimore ", after learning that her partner Tony DiNozzo arrested Gibbs when he first met their boss, Ziva comments that she would rather arrest her own father than Gibbs. In the Season 9 episode "Safe Harbor", Ziva questions his seemingly solitude lifestyle, prompting him to respond, "You're never alone when you have kids," kissing her forehead and adding, "Good night, kid.
Family[ edit ] Ziva is depicted as having a complex family history, and, as of the tenth season, all of her immediate family is deceased: Tali, her seldom-mentioned younger sister, was killed in a terrorist attack against Israel;  her mother died in an unspecified violent incident;  Ziva shot and killed her half-brother to save Gibbs;  and her father was shot dead in a targeted killing.
Her choice to fatally shoot Ari after his guilt becomes apparent in order to prevent him from killing Gibbs is often regarded as a pivotal moment for the character and a recurring subject within the show. I was not following orders. She recalls him taking his children into the forest for "fun" blindfolded and making them find their own way back. When Ziva was a child her father told her that one "can never truly know a person or their secrets".